Henry Jackson, a teenager who shot two agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has been killed, according to police.
"Two ATF agents saw Jackson hiding in a silver Ford Tauras, Jackson took off and led police in that high speed chase, and according to officers Jackson fired a gun at the ATF agents." (Via KWTV)
Those agents are expected to be all right. Police say they returned fire, shooting and killing Jackson. This all happened Thursday night.
Jackson had previous convictions on drug and firearm charges, and was wanted in what CBS calls a "two-day crime spree" — he's believed to have shot a woman Wednesday.
"A man in a ski mask approached a woman in a car and shot her in the arm after she rolled down her window. Officers also say Jackson fired several shots and struck at least one man Thursday afternoon." (Via KXII)
Both victims from those shootings are expected to be OK. It is also possible that Jackson was involved in previous murders, according to KXII. (Via KOTV)
Jackson was reportedly 18 or 19 years old. Police are investigating the shootings from this week, and authorities say they have information indicating he could be involved in the murder of a man in another Oklahoma county.